The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders
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The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders is a book by Daniel Dafoe, written in 1722. This book tells the thrilling story of Flanders and his exploits from birth to old age. This book popularised the picaresque genre in Britain. It was subject to severe censorship due to its depictions of gender, poverty, and incest.
“I had been tricked once by that Cheat called love, but the Game was over…”
Moll Flanders is born to a mother who was imprisoned and later transported to the United States, abandoning Moll. There, Moll was left to the care of a foster mother with two sons, who soon become infatuated with her. After she marries the youngest one, she is faced with hardship after she becomes a widow and figures out a secret about her dead husband. This will be the beginning of a thrilling adventure where Moll, cunning and witty, will use her womanly charms to gain more power and scale the socioeconomic ladder by finding wealthier and wealthier husbands. How will she fare? Will she ever repent? You will have to read the book to find out!
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Follow the story of a young woman who faces the prospect of her mother being executed and is cast into hardship.
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Moll Flanders Book Information
Imprint: Sastrugi Press Classics
Author: Daniel Defoe
ISBN: TBD (hardback), TBD (paperback), TBD (large print hardback), TBD (large print paperback)
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Title code: 00230
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